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CANT GET MY FZR TO FIRE CHECKED EVERY THING THE BOOK SAYS TO DO BUT NO HIT

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Check for fuel to the carbs, pull plugs and check for spark in the plugs while cranking over. if no fuel check the fuel shutoff, if no spark, check for +12v at the coils and also the c.d.i. box.

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